Something old, Something New


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Something old something new / various artists.
EMI, 1996.

Compilation featuring songs from Hogsnort Rupert, Bulldogs All Star Goodtime Band & ‘Dave and the Dynamos’.

Life begins at forty ; Can’t spell rhythm / Dave and the Dynamos — Everyone knows / Bulldogs All Star Goodtime Band — Monday ; Little bird ; Aunty Alice (brought us this) ; Pretty girl / Hogsnort Rupert — Grandad’s piano / Alec Wishart with the Society Jazzmen — Aubrey / Hogsnort Rupert’s Original Flagon Band — Miss September ; Television mama / Bulldogs All Star Goodtime Band — Holiday song / Dave and the Dynamos.

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Last edited: 18.08.15

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  • Nothing But Dreams - performed by Tina Cross

    Source: NZ On Screen

    Resource type: Music ; Television

    ""Is it a fantasy or is it something more?" For this televised Michael Fowler Centre gala celebrating 25 years of television in New Zealand, singer Tina Cross performs song 'Nothing But Dreams'. Cross won the inaugural South Pacific Song Quest in 1979 as a 20-year-old, singing the Carl Doy-composed song. It became her fourth single that year. By 1985 Cross was singer for new wave duo Koo De Tah and had an Australian Top 10 hit with 'Too Young for Promises'. Screen trivia: Cross would later provide the vocals for the Shortland Street theme song." (NZ On Screen summary)


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